About Teri Danz
Teri Danz, America’s Vocal Coach, and Club Hit Recording Artist, is a leading innovator in pop vocal performance. A pop vocal expert and producer, she lends her real-world experience and specific pop techniques to take up-and-comers, as well as established artists, to the next level live and in the studio. A testament to her training methods, three of her students hit the Top 20 on the Billboard Charts in 2019.
A classically trained musician, Danz‘s artist credits include the ’90s club hit, “Didn’t Mean to Fall in Love” on Twilight Records, Tower records in-stores, recordings with Buddy Halligan (Ray Charles, Anita Baker), Gerry “The Gov” Brown (Alicia Keyes, Tina Turner) among others. She received national press in Women Who Rock Magazine and rave reviews of her singing, songwriting, and performance (see quotes under the artist).
Named a Top Vocal Coach by Backstage Magazine & Winner of A Global Excellence Award (Vocal Coach of the Year 2020), she shared her pioneering techniques in her book, “Vocal Essentials for the Pop Singer” for Hal Leonard Corporation and has written articles for Music Connection, Electronic Musician, and many more. Her video, “Pop Singing Secrets,” demonstrates her unique approach.
Learn about lessons and vocal coaching
Listen to past and latest recordings…
Catch up on the latest news…